Open Sesame, one of the world's leading providers of on-demand learning and development solutions, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Stone River eLearning, a leading provider of IT training content. This partnership brings together two industry leaders to offer a comprehensive suite of training solutions that will enable companies to stay competitive in today's rapidly evolving technology landscape.
With this partnership, Stone River eLearning will serve as a provider of IT training content on the OpenSesame platform, offering a wide range of courses designed to help professionals enhance their skills in areas such as programming languages, software development, cybersecurity, data science, and more. OpenSesame's cloud-based learning management system (LMS) will make it easy for learners to access Stone River's courses anytime, anywhere, and on any device.
Stone River eLearning has been providing top-quality IT training content for over a decade, with a focus on creating engaging, interactive, and effective courses that help learners acquire new skills quickly and efficiently. The company's courses are taught by industry experts with extensive experience in their respective fields, ensuring that learners receive the most up-to-date and relevant information.
"We are excited to partner with OpenSesame to bring our IT training content to a wider audience," said Mark Trego, CEO of Stone River eLearning. "Our courses are designed to help learners acquire the skills they need to succeed in the tech industry, and we look forward to working with OpenSesame to make our content more accessible to professionals everywhere."
This partnership comes at a time when companies are increasingly looking to invest in training and development solutions to stay competitive in today's fast-paced business environment. By joining forces, OpenSesame and Stone River eLearning are well-positioned to help companies meet this need by providing a comprehensive suite of training solutions that will help professionals acquire the skills they need to succeed.